Silver bowl with inscription A1 Vase A of Artaxerxes I Makrocheir
|Silver bowl with inscription A1 Vase A of Artaxerxes I Makrocheir|
Old Persian inscription on four silver dishes.
- Artaxšaçâ \ XŠ \ vazraka \ XŠ \ XŠyânâm \ XŠ \ DHyûnâm \
- Xšayâršahyâ \ XŠhyâ \ puça \
- Xšayâršahyâ \ Dârayavaušahyâ \ XŠhyâ \ puça \
- Haxâmanišiya \ hya \ imam \ bâtugara \ siyamam \ vithiyâ \ karta
Artaxerxes, the great king, king of kings, king of all peoples,
son of king Xerxes,
Xerxes the son of king Darius,
the Achaemenid, who made this silver cup in his palace.
There's a similar object here.
465 BCE–423 BCE
New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art
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A1Vase A, Artaxerxes I Makrocheir
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